Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan is back in form and delivered a promising hit with his latest release, Dangal. The film is based on how Mahavir Singh Phogat trained his two daughters, Geeta and Babita, to wrestle in the Commonwealth Games.
Before watching Aamir Khan’s Dangal, take a look at the non-scripted, real fight of Geeta Phogat during Commonwealth Games. The real fight of Geeta Phogat during Commonwealth Games did not involve any background music, retakes and cuts.
Watch Geeta Phogat’s Real Fight In Commonwealth Games:
Born on December 15, 1988, Geeta Phogat is also the first-ever Indian female wrestler to have qualified for the Olympics. She participated in the 2012 London Olympics. The 28-year-old is also the recipient of prestigious Arjuna Award. Geeta Phogat’s victory in the Commonwealth Games was one of the touching cinematic moments in Dangal. Presented in such a way that her victory belongs only to her, it is obviously a result of a lot of hard work.
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